ULTIMAS NOTICIAS/ Trump’s Mexican Comments Forgets History Good Neighbors and Good Friends

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Jim Smith/El Hispano Philadelphia – “Los mexicanos no son nuestros amigos,” dijo Donald Trump, candidato a la presidencia. “Nos están matando economicamente.” El Presidente Harry Truman dijo en la ciudad de Mexico (1947), “A todo el pueblo de Mexico les digo con todo mi corazón, gracias por su amable acogida. Juntos tenemos que vivir, juntos nos debemos prosperar.” On March 3, 1947, President Harry S. Truman addressed an audience at the Palacio Nacional in Mexico city: “To my good friend (Mexican) President Miguel Alemán and to all the people of Mexico, I say from the bottom of my heart: Thank you for your gracious welcome.” After recalling the “tragic” war between Mexico and the United States, Truman said, “All our peoples have a common belief which we call democracy. IM Uncle Sam6x20Democracy has a spiritual foundation because it is based upon the brotherhood of man… and dignity of the individual.” He added, “Together we must live, together we must prosper.” Announcing his candidacy for President this week, millionaire Donald Trump appeared to forget the “good neighbor” policy between Mexico and the U.S. begun under Presidents Roosevelt and Truman: “They are not our friends,” said Trump. “They are killing us economically.” “When Mexico sends its people, they aren’t sending their best,” added Trump. “They are sending people that have lots of problems. And they are bring those problems with them. They are bringing drugs, they are bringing crime and their rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.” Local Opinion: “He has just insulted 28 million honest hard-working and documented Mexican-American citizens,” said Puerto Rican Joe Garcia. And recalling the line used by Trump, “He’s just started. You’re fired!” For Miguel Silva, “He is blaming foreigners and just selling his name. “He is just trying to get attention. Nobody is paying attention to him, so this is his strategy,” said Raul Aguilar, a South Philadelphia shop owner. “So many products from here go to Mexico. Mexico needs the United States and the United States needs Mexico,” added Aguilar. “Also the Chinese are trying to enter into Latin America (trade). If the United States wants to stay on top (economically), Mexico is the best connection through Latin America.” Donning a green ‘Herbal Life” t-shirt, Raul Sanchez suggested that Trump is prejudiced, “I believe every person is the same. He is missing something.” “He just wants people to talk about him,” said Ricardo Perez of South Philadelphia. “He won’t become President.” Noting that she had watched Trump’s announcement, Janet Castillo said, it was a waste “of time to watch him.” A longtime political activist, E. Feliciano posted a speech of President Obama ridiculing Donald Trump’s “credentials and breadth of experience.” Pres. Obama then referred to a decision on an episode of the show ‘Apprentice,” saying, “Those are the type of decisions that would keep me up at night. Well handled sir.” Danielle DeAngelo described herself as half Italian and Irish, said “Rich people probably said the same thing about Italians and Irish people when they were coming over.” “Mexicans have been doing jobs that Americans don’t want to do for years and for very little money,” she said. “If anything we should be fighting for them.” MAS NOTICIAS EN EDICIONES DIGITAL E IMPRESA. Ambas se publican los jueves.

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